The Brook & The Bluff have released a new video for the track “My Foggy Lens” off their latest album Bluebeard. The video is self-shot footage recorded by the band during the recording of the album.
““My Foggy Lens” was the first song that fully came together for bluebeard. Our key to figuring out the kind of record we were going to make. It’s a song about cherishing those moments in life where everything feels perfect and clear, like those old claritin commercials. It only feels right that we make a video for it with camcorder footage from making the record” explains the band’s Joseph Settine.
Bluebeard is a career defining record for the band and the early fan response suggests it will be a breakthrough moment for them. The band’s North American tour is currently underway with sold out dates in New York, Austin, Boston, DC, Hamden, Toronto, Nashville and low ticket warnings in many cities.
Singles “Tangerine,” “Headfirst,”“Hiding,” and “Long Limbs” are all tracks that show the depth of this album, a mix of indie folk, fused with touches of funk and deep groves. In recent years, The Brook & The Bluff’s incandescent harmonies, winning arrangements, and observational acumen have placed them firmly at the center of the indie-folk revival. They are now, by far, one of the most successful young bands at folk-rock’s amorphous contemporary edge, fusing the craft of the past with the ideas and avenues of the present. With a dozen songs that won’t let go, their forthcoming third album, Bluebeard, makes an unequivocal case as to why.